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a rift between the white house, aarp and some of its members. cbs news has learned that aarp has lost 60,000 members since july 1st. many say they are upset that aarp is backing the president's plan. but we found out that is not entirely true. >> there's been confusion as to whether aarp is supporting or endorsing the president's plan or not. which is it? >> aarp has not endorsed any plan at this point. >> a lot of members leaving aarp are going to the american seniors association. it is adamantly opposed to president obama's plan. >>> a shrieking -- a shrinking habitat is threatening giant pandas in china. the threat is development. they are confined to corridors less than a mile wide. we have more now from beijing. >> reporter: china's famous mascot the giant panda could disappear from the wild in two to three generations. experts warn the natural habitat is threatened by development. >> heavy traffic has stopped pandas from crossing a-- highways and can no long meet and interact with each other as they normally do. researchers increased the number of pandas born through artificial ins
should start asking questions. now, i'm going to ask questions of the aarp, universal healthcare. it is really, really bad for one group. wait until you hear the connections on this one. bad for the elderly, so why is the aarp supporting it? they're on, next. glenn: well, there is a host of groups like the se >> iu and acorn that push president obama he's proposals, but there is another group stumping with him, and that's aarp. let's say these bills are not elderly friendly, so why is aarp helping these get passed? here to explain is aarp legislative policy director david certener. why would aarp be involveed in something that is so unbelievably clearly senior unfriendly? >> well, we have been hearing from our members for the last many years that they are really concerned about the cost of their healthcare, and particularly for older americans on medicare, who have seen their premiums double in the last ten years, and spend 30% of their out-of-pocket costs on healthcare. holding down healthcare costs is kit cal, so it's a huge issue for our membership. glenn: i'm sure it is, but
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this about the powerful seniors lobby, aarp. >> we have the aarp onboard, because they know this is a good deal for our seen quors. >> aarp would not be endorsing a bill if it was undermining medicare. >> but aarp, 40 million members strong, has not endorsed anything. >> we continue to say in public and to the president, no, we have not yet endorsed it. >> aides say mr. obama was not trying to mislead the country on aarp's position. >> no, he just misspoke. >> isn't that something that can happen, that people can misspeak? >> not intentionally meaning to mislead? >> sure. i don't know if it has happened on certain subjects, but yeah. >> mr. obama's response came after legislation seeking $600 billion in cuts over medicaid spending over ten years. aarp agrees with the president that the cuts won't unduly hurt seniors. >> i think what the president was trying to communicate is accurate, and that is that we have studied the medicare savings in the proposed legislation, and we do not see any cut in benefits. >> aarp's relationship with the white house, at least on the healthcare issue, isn't e
own facts were fuzzy. this is what he said about the aarp. >> aarp would not be endorsing a bill if it was undermining medicare. i just want seniors to be clear about this. >> while the aarp agrees it would never support a bill that undermines medicare, in a statement, its chief operating officer called any suggestion of an endorsement, quote, inaccurate. gibbs cleaned it up this way. >> i don't think the president meant to imply anything untoward. >> he just misspoke? >> right. >> reporter: the white house says these town halls the president has held have been valuable, a way to inform and knock down what they see as false information about health care reform. so the president hits the road again this weekend with town halls in bows man, montana, and grand junction, colorado. dan lothian, cnn, the white house. >>> white house press secretary robert gibbs was on the defensive as i said on the issue of whether the president misrepresented the aarp's position on health care. we're going to play for you the entirety of that section of the press briefing from the question onward. let
deteriorates even if somehow you stay alive. >> we have a clip from president obama about the aarp and let's listen. >> we have the aarp on board because they know this is a good deal for our seniors. aarp would not be endorsing a bill if it was undermining medicare. >> all right, john. because the aarp and turned around later said they had not endorsed any of the bills now moving through congress. what's the truth? >> well, they've long supported comprehensive health reform which includes a lot of things on the democratic bill, they've been careful not to endorse the details. they know a lot of cuts are going on fall on their members, their members are volting and floolgd aarp offices with questions and complaints that aarp would even think about endorsing such a bill. so, i think aarp wants this bill to pass privately because the leadership is liberal, but also realize they can't afford to alienate a large chunk of 40 billion members. >> we'll have to follow this revolt. when we come back, remember, fannie mae and freddie mac. meet their cousin jenny. she's putting taxpayers on the hooks
, with aarp, i said, hey, this is going to kill a lot of seniors, and they were, like, no, it's not, they have no plans, no, they're not going to ration healthcare. really? tonight, the truth. oh, oh, and one more thing, and i'm not angry about this. no manufactured anger in me. the disinformation czar, arghh! tonight, i will explain, if you believe this country is great but the government is putting a dollar value on your life, what do you think? come on, stand up, follow me. well, hello, america. everything is sunshine and lollipops today. are you one of the tens of thousands of people who don't want government run healthcare and then showed up at a town hall rally to let it be known? here is the one thing tonight, if that's you, you're part of that right wing extremist angry mob. that's what the white house said, a mob. by the way, your anger is fake. it s it is not organic. it's much healthier for the planet if it were, though. it is not grassroots. not a chance in hell you have ever experienced anything at all that hacked you off in the government, like even little things like waiting in
very much. one group actively campaigning for healthcare overhaul, you know this, is the aarp. that group just announced -- ready for this -- about 60,000 members have left the group since july 1st, specifically over the aarp support for this healthcare reform. the aarp spokesman says it's not unusual for the 40 million-member lobby to lose members when it is advocating on a controversial issue. her is helene owessenberg, a current aarp member who started the group "seniors opposed to the aarp's sellout of seniors." helene, welcome to the program. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> of course. first of all, what is the leadership of the aarp doing that is not in the best interests are of its millions an millions of members? >> thank you so much. aarp is selling out its members. its members don't believe that $300 to $600 billion in reductions in medicare are going to be done without reducing services to seniors, and so aarp is saying, oh, just shut up, just be quiet, just get out of the way of this healthcare reform. they're doing exactly what the administ
dissent on americans. seniors have plenty of de dissent over the aarp over its endorsement of the current reform plan and the president spends the day in mexico not far from the region ruled in part by a brutal drug cartel and asthma reasons fight the taliban in afghanistan, the u.s. commander says the taliban is winning. all that, plus the fox news all-stars, right here, right now. from washington, i'm bret baier. the top two democrats in the house of representatives today poured fuel on the fire over the hot tempered reaction to healthcare reform in many members' town hall sessions this month. carl cameron calls on the democrats' efforts to neutralize the critics. >> as democrats continued their orchestrated nationwide blitz of pro-healthcare town hall reform meetings, some tried to put down opponents in advance. >> raise your hand if you are so mad about the idea of federal healthcare reform you can't even think straight? proud and determined, healthcare reform opponents are turning out nationwide despite being branded thugs and a mob by democratic leaders. >> i believe that this so-ca
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that's a true american value. accu-chek® aviva. born in the u.s.a. >> we have the aarp onboard, because they know this is a good deal for our seniors. aarp would not be endorsing a bill if its was undermining medicare. >> on behalf of our members, i think it's important that we continue to say in public and to the president, no, we have not yet endorsed it. >> they have been supportive of comprehensive healthcare reform for a long time. they have not, as they said, endorsed a specific piece of legislation. >> so you weren't trying to mislead anyone? >> no, no. >> you just misspoke? >> right. bret: he just misspoke in that town hall in new hampshire according to the white house press secretary, the president and his pitch. what about the fact checking of the president, as the white house wants to fact check all the fishy statements about healthcare reform. let's bring in steve hayes with "the weekly standard", a.b. stoddard of "the hill" and jeff birnbaum, managing editor digital of the washington times. well, this is about the aarp and whon the group endorsed or did not endorse, and of
the aarp! >> we have the aarp onboard, because they know this is a good deal for our seniors. the aarp would not be endorsing a bill if it was undermining medicare. glenn: ok, now this is interesting. we have aarp onboard. then the other statement is that they have endorsements. here is the problem with the endorsement. it is not true. the aarp says the president went too far in his claims. tom nelson, the aarp's chief operating officer says, quote "indications that we have endorsed any of the major healthcare reform bills currently under consideration in congress are inaccurate." press secretary robert gibbs said "the president wasn't trying to mislead anyone. he just misspoke." uh-huh, uh-huh. ok. aarp, i believe that, have not endorsed it. the other one was "they're onboard." let me ask you this. the c.e.o. of aarp -- there is a new c.e.o. there. did you know he was a big contributor during the campaign to president barack obama? and the aarp website now has a link to a project they're working hand in hand with seiu, you know, business roundtable and the national federation of indep
should not be worried. for proof, aarp, he said, had reduced the health care reform bill. in fact, they did not endorse any bill. in his misinformation -- in trying to fix misinformation, he wound up peddling his own. they are generally satisfied that they would not have a negative effect on seniors. as far as the overall health care debate itself, aarp has not endorsed any of them. for that reason, they say that the president, whether he intended to or not and inaccurately described the aarp and where it stands on the debate. shepard: there was a very calm nature to the audience yesterday at the president's town hall meeting. >> that is correct. you could sign up on the web site, tickets were given out by a randomly computer-generated lottery. there are a lot of democratic activists in certain regions. robert gibbs said that it was pretty tame, that the president would have liked for something feistier, but that it was not because the white house preselected the crowd. shepard: we are waiting for a ceremony to begin at the white house. 16 individuals, receiving the medal of freed
. >> there is this notion that somehow we will be cutting or medicare benefits. we are not. the aarp would not be endorsing a bill if it were undermining medicare. bill: but the night before the president said that, the aarp said this on "the factor." >> we have not endorsed any specific piece of legislation right now, but we really are intent on fixing the health-care system and the parts that affect our members. bill: this does not help his credibility, which depressed challenge to debate. >> yesterday, the president said the aarp endorsed the plan. as you are aware, aarp said yesterday they have not endorsed a plan. where on the information scale or the disinformation scale but the president's remarks fall? >> -- with the president's remarks fall? >> -- would the president's remark fall? >> i do not think it is anything untoward. bill: the issue is not untoward. it is untrue. and then there was this exposition. >> what is your name? >> julia from massachusetts. >> a nice to meet you, julia -- nice to meet you. >> i saw a lot of signs when i came in. how can there be a change in health care to help us? >
president of the aarp beginning at 9:00 a.m. eastern. the next phone call is from ed, on the line for democrats. what are your thoughts as you watch these town halls? caller: good morning, a couple of points. i've worked in the health-care field. i see both perspectives. there are two issues. one is that these and not grass- roots protests. these are being sponsored by professional organizations and these are not all the sudden interested citizens just showing up. what i find interesting is one of your callers talked about the concern that the government seems to be forcing-forcingrun health care down the throats of citizens, but no one seems to want to answer -- the medicare program if i recall, that is a government-run program. -- the government seems to be forcing government-run health care down the throats of citizens, they say. the point is that medicare is a government-run program. the fact of the matter is that these individuals, in terms of their approach, are basically making statements that contradict fact. so, i do not think it will have a backlash. if this is truly a t
ahead for him in the fall. mike: plenty more ahead. big trouble at the aarp as more members quit over support of health care reform. then, dennis miller. >> i think to be around nancy pelosi and not call her on what carol, when you replaced casual friday with nordic tuesday, was it really for fun, or to save money on heat? why? don't you think nordic tuesday is fun? oh no, it's fun... you know, if you are trying to cut costs, fedex can help. we've got express options, fast ground and freight service-- you can save money and keep the heat on. great idea. that is a great idea. well, if nordic tuesday wasn't so much fun. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. fedex mike: in the "impact," segment tonight, elderly americans of the most vocal opponents of health care. >> this government lies. [applause] >> aarp, not [inaudible] they are not supporting the government auction. mike: the aarp says they have not endorsed any specific bill. since july 1st, more than 60,000 of the members have quit, protesting the support for a general oveoverhaul of the health care system. we are jo
trouble at the aarp as more members quit over support of health care reform. then, dennis miller. >> i think to around nancy pelosi and not call her on what a nasty piece of work she is puts your own, and compromise -- your won kown karma in compromi. keep the heat on. great idea. that is a great idea. well, if nordic tuesday wasn't so much fun. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. fedex when morning comes in the middle of the night... rooster crow. ...it affects your entire day. to get a good night's sleep, try 2-layer ambien cr. the first layer dissolves quickly to help you fall asleep. and unlike other sleep aids, a second dissolves slowly to help you stay asleep. when taking ambien cr, don't drive or operate machinery. sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake with memory loss for the event as well as abnormal behaviors such as being more outgoing or aggressive than normal, confusion, agitation and halluciations may occur. don't take it with alcohol as it may increase these behaviors. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath, swelling of your to
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of it, we are building a new structure in our country. well, the other day i had the aarp people here, and i said how can you possibly be for healthcare, and they said, oh, we don't see anything hurtful to seniors in that healthcare package. it looks great to us. to me, that sounded the same as, well, glenn, i just found out i'm related to a nigerian prince, he's going to wire me $10 million, and all i have to do is give him $10,000 and my bank account number, and you're like, no, that's a scam and he's stop it, you're crazy. it doesn't say anywhere in the e-mail it is a scam, plus he made a promise. how many times have politicians promised us, both republicans an democrats have promised us the moon and given us detroit. no offense, detroit, but does your electricity even work anymore? you keep on voting in the same people, and in detroit, the median home price now is $7,500. in 1965, the politicians said medicare would cost us $9 billion by 19890. the -- by 1990. the actual cost, $66 billion. don't worry, they were only off by $57 billion! obama's current plan is $1.6 trillion. if it
and aarp is apparently siding with the president. we'll talk about the leader of that group. >> i called the police and they said it was legal so i just stopped wearing clothes. ♪ i'm free. bill: more madness in oregon. this woman says she will go naked in public and the cops are ok with it the culture warriors are investigating. >> adam and eve were naked until they ate bad food and then they got really self-conscious. bill: caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching under the circumstances tonight. fox news explodes while the liberal media burns that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last thursday was a huge victory for fox news. factor at 8:00 beat cnn by 380%. msnbc 247%. headline news 299%. total factor audience rate 5.4 million folks, more viewers than the cbs evening news averaged last month. beck, smith, greta, and the factor all won their time slots easily. last thur
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and afghanistan. after that, the conference of progressive bloc -- bloggers. next, david sloane of aarp joined us on washington journal for 35 minutes. journal" continues. host: this is david sloane, the senior vice president of public relations for aarp. guest: thank you for having me. host: i want to show our audience two clips. then we will come back. >> the prescription drug companies have already said that they would be willing to put up $80 billion in rebates for prescription drugs as part of the health care reform package. we may be able to get even more than that, but think about it. when the prescription drug plan was passed, medicare part d, they decided it would not negotiate for the cheapest price. as a consequence seniors are way of repaying, and forced go out of pocket -- that the anatdonuts always looming, and if we can cut that in half it is money back into your pocket. that is one reason that aarp is so supportive because it will save it seniors money. >> aarp says they are supportive and have been for years on comprehensive health care reform. the president does not mean to appl
this throughout the day for the next three hours. also coming up, the aarp supporting health care reform. and that has some of its members, retired folks, outraged. two of them so mad they're tearing up their membership cards after 11 years with the program. they join us live next. peter: and talk about a close call. an officer helping a driver change a flat tire -- nearly flattened himself when another tire flew by at 60 miles per hour. steve: you don't see that every day. this is my verizon small business specialist, tom. now, i know the catering business but when i walked in here i wasn't sure what i needed. i'm not sure what i need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 into an incredibly strong, healthy cat.he has blossomed... his coat is incredibly shiny and soft and very thick. everybody thinks he's
't cover can cost you some money. that's why you should consider... an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. it can help cover some of what medicare doesn't... so you could save up to thousands of dollars... in out-of-pocket expenses. call now for this free information kit... and medicare guide. if you're turning 65 or you're already on medicare, you should know about this card; it's the only one of its kind... that carries the aarp name -- see if it's right for you. you choose your doctor. you choose your hospital. there are no networks and no referrals needed. help protect yourself from some of what medicare doesn't cover. save up to thousands of dollars... on potential out-of-pocket expenses... with an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. call now for your free information kit... and medicare guide and find out... how you could start saving. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- trace: we begin with breakin
run by the government. [hooting] rick: putting tough questions to the aarp. a spokesman for the group will offer us some answers that people want to hear. megyn: is the mainstream media falling out of love with president obama? three signs that the honeymoon may be nearing an end. next. (mom) for just $9, you can get them shoes from names like danskin now and starter. select eyeglass frames are just $9 at walmart - and they have a 12-month guarantee. juniors' tops from op are $9, too. $9. considering what you get, that's a really great price. back to school costs less at walmart. save money. live better. walmart. (announcer) what are you going to miss when you have an allergy attack? achoo! (announcer) benadryl is more effective than claritin at relieving your worst symptoms. and works when you need it most. benadryl. you can't pause life. being smart. yep. just booked my 10th night on hotels.com, so i get a night free. you. me. getaway. really? where? anywhere you want. a bed and breakfast? bed and breakfast. check. a place by the beach? a place by awesome. oh, you are smart. accumul
in the country. now your sixties can be a time of freedom again... with aarp medicare supplement insurance plans... insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. because any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare... will accept aarp medicare supplement insurance. anywhere in the u.s. the freedom to do my own thing, without worrying about which doctor i can see. medicare covers only about 80%... of your part b healthcare costs. the rest has to come out of your pocket. but with an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, you could save up to thousands of dollars... because it helps cover some of the out-of-pocket expenses... medicare doesn't. and only these medicare supplement plans... have the aarp name... and cover more people nationwide... than any other medicare supplement insurance carrier. call today and you'll receive a free information kit... with a customized rate quote to help you choose the plan... that's right for you. you'll learn about a choice of plans... that help cover some of the 20% out-of-pocket costs... that medicare part b doesn't cover, making it easier to budget your ann
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green is supposed to benefit all of us, right? maybe night -- not. megyn: and is aarp trying to set a health care agenda that its members do not want? take a look at this response from one representative when senior citizens raised questions about reform. >> we will have time for question and answer. megyn: they were just trying to get some questions and answers. this was just a portion. the representative eventually canceled the listening opportunity, and walks out of the room. the aarp response. bill: he can climb trees. after new discoveries, why this dinosaur was so special. some lunch. you hungry? yeah. me too. (door crashes in) (broadview alarm) (gasp and scream) go! go! go! go! go! go! (phone rings) hello? this is mark with broadview security. is everything okay? no. someone just tried to break in. i'm sending help right now. thank you. (announcer) brink's home security is now broadview security. call now to install the standard system for just $99. the proven technology of a broadview security system delivers rapid response from highly trained professionals, 24 hours a day.
care reform passes. at least in the infant stages. brian: and he skated by by saying the aarp endorses the plan and they didn't. no one's even called him out on it. that is a cut-and-dried issue. overall, to answer your question, of course the speaker of the house -- he said, i'm not writing it, you guys write it. steve: the speaker of the house didn't get him elected. we, the people, voted for the next president of the united states. and he did win. unfortunately for him, and we've been detailing this over the last couple of weeks with this health care debate and stimulus cash for clunkers, suddenly he is losing steam. his numbers are cratering. look at this. it's the moderates, the people in the middle who wind up putting people in the white house because people on the left go for the person on the left, people on the right vote for the person on the right. brian: the independents. steve: yeah. look at the independents according to the latest gallup poll. he had 47% of them. and now he is down to 39%. his overall job approval rating is at 52% but the disapproval rating has never been
is accused of a little bit of his own. listen to what he said in new hampshire. >> we have the aarp on board because we know this is a good idea for the seniors. they would not be endorsing a bill if it was undermining medicare. shepard: they are not endorsing it, mr. president. major garrett is live at the white house. what do they have to say about that? >> the press secretary told me today that the president was not trying to mislead the public when he mischaracterized where the support currently is. >> no, -- >> he just misspoke? >> yes. >> without intention to mislead? >> sure, i'm not sure about what particular topic. >> robert gibbs said that you can mislead unintentionally. shepard: the aarp does support some of the proposals? >> absolutely. they're supportive of what the president is trying to accomplish. they support with the president is trying to accomplish with about $600 billion in reduction to medicare and they don't think this will hurt seniors. starting tomorrow, aarp will be running television advertising in dealing with the myths the white house is dealing with. shepard: s
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